In this episode of the Digital Outliers podcast series, host Brian Solis interviews Dr. Jonathan Reichental, CIO for the City of Palo Alto, about how the evolution of digital technology at the heart of Silicon Valley offers each of us a sneak preview into the coming transformation in urban areas everywhere.
FAB City is a project launched in 2011 by the Institute of Advanced Architecture of Catalunia, the MIT Center for Bits and Atoms and the Fab Foundation. It is a global project aiming at the development of a new urban model for locally productive and globally connected self sufficient cities.
The New York City published the Digital Playbook, a new strategy that outlines how the municipality will make it easier for residents to access City services and how the City will use digital tools to strengthen communities.
To help understand the building blocks to a successful digital city, The Digital Communities Special Report looks at five key technologies — broadband, open data, GIS, CRM and analytics — and provides a window into how they are helping city governments cope with economic, educational and societal demands.
The infographic, based on the 2015 Digital Cities Survey conducted by e.Republic’s Center for Digital Government, reveals important insights about trends in digital technology adopted by America’s cities.
After the completion and submission of the web and mobile applications by the candidates , the Apps4Thessaloniki contest concludes with a presentation and awarding ceremony of the most valuable applications that attracted the interest of the citizens of Thessaloniki, the Municipality of Thessaloniki and the special award committee.
On 15 January 2014 it was exactly 20 years ago that the Internet went public with the arrival of the ‘Digital City’ in Amsterdam (DDS). For the first time in history, it offered access to an open, social online environment in Amsterdam.